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Of course you have to have a contract. Go and see a commercial lawyer.
You may have missed it, but there was a referendum. 48% of those who voted wanted NOT to leave the EU.
What did the court order with regard to payment?
NO. Winthour prejudice effectively means that it cannot be used in court proceedings.
You need to record it in your accounts as director's loan received. Or whatever else the transaction represents.
Of course they will. But how will they enforce that in Ireland without a hard border?
Sounds mutually exclusive! Either it is no deal or it is managed, which means a deal of some kind
Make sure that you provide the new employers with all information about all your old and their new staff. That is your responsibility, as is...
To be honest I cannot imagine any solution to the Irish border problem. Everyone is shouting about the backstop, but that is totally irrelevant...
We cannot create such an agreement. We have to negotiate it. Something we have been spectacularly successful at so far!
Well, that makes a great deal more sense than an army of Bob Cratchetts standing at their desks checking ledgers for direct debits! Thanks
You may not have written contracts but you certainly have contracts of employment. Rendering those contracts into writing is not an issue and not...
It does the reverse, doesn't it? Both parties revoke (end) their right to object to any action.
You may want to check with @smallclaimsassistance
It may not be the answer, but how, exactly, is it the problem?